Abstract

Experiments with the Shiva Nova laser facility which produce yield levels of scientific break-even and above will result in neutron, x ray, and particle fluxes which will require specific attention to the survivability of diagnostic instrumentation. These yield levels will also allow the utilization of new diagnostics techniques which can provide detailed information on the state of the imploded fuel and pusher shells.

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